Stations Have 45 Days To Re-Point Their Dishes To New Network Satellite.
May 15, 2017
Radio stations that rely on network programming have 45 days to re-aim their satellites from AMC-8 to the new AMC-18 or risk losing those network feeds. The new satellite that’s being deployed to provide feeds for five major radio networks has been ready for migration since early February yet many stations have yet to put plans into place, according to the networks."
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